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I am actually growing to hate apple tv

can someone tell me where are the new releases?

there seems to be no menu for this in apple tv 2

top movies menu is a poor excuse for new as they are mixed, old and new, and many new releases that can be searched for are not shown here
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OK.

Which version of iOS?
New releases of what exactly? TV, Movies, Music?
Which country are you in?

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all your questions are answered in my post so I am wondering why you are asking again. Just read and absorb. Also, I am in Australia, though I fail to see why this should matter.
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Where in your post did you list the IOS version? It's not there.
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all your questions are answered in my post so I am wondering why you are asking again. Just read and absorb. Also, I am in Australia, though I fail to see why this should matter.
Apple TVs menus change depending on region, so yes, it matters.

You haven't posted your iOS version, because guess what, that changes things too.

You allude to the 'top movies menu' - again you could have just answered the question.

You're prepared to put effort into typing a 'snappy' reply but not to supply information that would have gotten you an helpful answer.

Good luck with that.

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